Let Your Inner Voice Out
Mental health is not talked about enough, it is something that is not voiced or expressed. When Capital Credit Union decided to partner with mental health organizations, we knew that we wanted to start the conversation about mental health and mental illness. We wanted to remove the stigma and encourage people to voice what they are truly feeling inside.
Inner Voice Out kicked off on May 1st, officially beginning our second year of partnership with Samaritan and Foundations Health & Wholeness. Throughout the month of May, our branches and departments are working hard to help raise funds to support mental health and provide equal access to quality mental health services. We could not be prouder to be working with those who aim to help others let their inner voices out, every single day.
We will not be able to eliminate mental health or mental illness. We know that. But by starting this conversation and supporting organizations that make it their mission to support those who are struggling, we can allow others to let their inner voice out. Mental health and mental illness may always be invisible, but they don’t need to be silent, too.